Sneak Peek at the First Ever Super Duty Limited
Luxury isn’t reserved for limousines or flashy sports cars. The Ford F-450 Super Duty Limited delivers comfort and technology to the towing market, answering customer demand for luxury in the Super Duty line. Hoping for the inside scoop? Winter Haven Ford Dealership Bartow Ford offers a sneak peek of the first ever Super Duty Limited. Luxury models are becoming increasingly popular in the heavy-duty truck market as customers search for the truck with the best amenities.
The Best in Luxury
From the moment you see the Super Duty Limited in person, you’ll be awestruck. The upgrades are impossible to miss. The two-toned interior with hand-stitched leather sets the tone, and not only does the Super Duty Limited have heated and ventilated seats, but a heated steering wheel as well. A twin-panel panoramic sunroof lets in plenty of light, and an exclusive “Limited” badge lets everyone know you’re driving an exclusive vehicle. The exterior is equally luxurious, with 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, a satin chrome grill, and a tailgate applique. In addition, the Super Duty Limited incorporates all LED lighting for a premium driving experience.
The Super Duty Limited includes all the smart features drivers expect in a luxury vehicle, and more. A 360-degree camera gives drivers a complete view around the truck when maneuvering into tight parking spaces or backing up to a trailer. Drivers will have the safety and convenience of lane-keeping alerts and forward collision warning, and PowerScope power-folding and telescoping side mirrors will include trailer tow mirrors for added safety.
Super Duty Functionality
Truck lovers and Ford fans will be most excited about what lies under the truck’s hood. The Super Duty Limited features a 6.7-liter, eight-cylinder diesel engine with Power Stroke technology. The limited crew cab is available in Ford’s F-250, F-350, and F-450 single or dual-wheel configurations.
This sneak preview from Winter Haven Ford dealership Bartow Ford makes it easy for customers to prepare for the Super Duty Limited’s upcoming release. If you’re thinking about purchasing a heavy-duty truck in the near future, it might be worth waiting for Ford’s new luxury truck to debut.